Everyone that has a YouTube channel knows that the name of the game is how many subscribers you have.
Plus YouTube creators who are part of the YouTube Partner Program can start earning money directly from YouTube - and the requirements for this is to have at least 1,000 subscribers to your YouTube channel and 4,000 watch hours in the past year.
It’s amazing to see when someone hit that red Subscribe button. But if you start putting some effort into attracting subscribers, you would want to keep track of them.
Fortunately, YouTube not only allows you to see how your subscriber number is progressing but also who exactly has subscribed to your channel. This way, you can explore if they are a YouTube creator as well, and how big is their channel. All this information can help you come up with the next video ideas.
You can see a full list of your subscribers, including recent followers only on YouTube’s website, but you can check the number of your subscribers on both the website and mobile app.
On this screen, you can also see a recent subscriber’s channel name (if they have one), profile icon, subscription date and subscriber count (on their channel).
Note that subscribers who are creators themselves and with the most subscribers will appear at the top of the list. You can also filter your subscribers by Date Subscribed or Subscriber Count.
If you click on a subscriber's profile picture, you can visit their channel.
Also, keep in mind that only subscribers who have made their account public will be shown on the list. So your subscriber count is probably higher than what you see on the panel.
Remember that the complete list of your subscribers is only available on the YouTube web version, which you can open on a desktop or mobile.
On the YouTube mobile app, you can only see the subscribers’ number instead of a full list of names. This is how to see it:
If you notice that your subscriber count has decreased over time, there are several reasons this might be happening: